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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1920)
1U.S DWINDLE AT
nt only chance for
L hour session Thursday Bight
L in consideration of senate bill
T nator Tierce Increasing the
31 S fhe attorney general from
T0. . vear. The bill came
J3M ,0 n divided report with
W. Pierce. Orton and Eberhard
i" Jl favorable report and Senator
i" . minority adverse report
water minor". hajH
d a Previous action of the sen-
'"fSvtae o Dar 411 "alary b1"8
MhP ""- Adoption of the
41 tt Ln it was contended, would
""A to flood ' bills
Mm:CL M onlv shut off
J?m-to the way's and
"SenbiUsand three house
rapid orcer ui
to8, . ,miHo4 nn Inhnv and
H B. 1. D ,-uu"" "
.dutrles-ResiorinB to the work
uam"re" ...... t.,A tinnnnn er
men's compensuuuu t -
ide by the last session for the con
Traction of a reconstruction hospital.
tt B. 2 by committee on labor and
hdustrie-Provi.lint? an increase of
..proximately 30 per cent to the raie.
. n;iid to injured work-
m compel,.,... .
1 under the Oregon workmen 8-
eompensiuon act. , ' .
. , ' nvi.Uny fni the Dhvsical
and vocational rehabilitation of in
a B. 3.' by Senator Patterson
Una tha nnrlp l-elatinu to paroles.
Aurcuuu.t, ... .u
ibolishingthe niininium penalty on the
crimes of homicides, rape auenuea Dy
Tiolence, assault with intent to kill and
robbery when armed with a dangerous
8. B. 13. by Senator xvicKeisen rro
Mlnzfor compensation of county sur-
lYeyorsand their deputies.
8. B. 14, by Senator Hurley regu
lating the grazing of non-reBident
owned livestock upon enclosed lands.
a B. 23, by Union county delegation
Providing for an increase In salar
ies for certain Union county officials.
a B. 30, by committee on roads and
highways Providing for maintenance
of state highways.
, & B. 39, by committee on medicine,
pharmacy and dentistry Relating to
the practice or medicine and surgery.
a B. 35, by Senator Orton Provid
ing for the licensing of automobile
& B. 36. bv Senator fierce Relat
ing to market roads.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
(Continued from page one)
'if Which practical effect may b Riv
en the principles of International
friendship and good understanding
The success of the labors of the peace
eonterenw is a good augury for the
mure ot tne league of nations. For
the Drat time an attempt was made
,te bring together under the auspices
ol the league representatives of gov
ernments, employers and labor, and
n advance exceedine the rnmilta of
Mire work of the previous quarter of
wmury nas been made In the field
of international action on Indnntrlnl
All the memhprs nf iy. ,,ii n
M for by the nnvpnnnt r u i
Uh the exception of the representa-
77' Lmtel Sues, were present
mrmhl "",PS Kourgeois the
Sl v'e a,'y for Britain;
ft1 Greece; Carlo
Panl JU' .Ilml'00(1. 'or Italy;
imini-.:; '7 "3' tielgian foreign
to-- Maron Matsui,
ca Da Cm 1 fr Japa": Dr'
France fi n ' a,"ba8sador to
C Br?"; Cout Quinones De
I ton and vu or,!e of Great Bri-
" Md Viscount Grey dronn.i i
'"wuntfirev , . , l,,oa' nowever,
rremler vni,..,-. " .
thenrnnT ,. ' wlthout rising,
"wn ecnnrt,i ... . -"""nan. Lord
Brgeol8 wL 8 nom'natlon and
01 Italy MM u w,"". on be-
hmnation wa, glad
For Colds or InfT
box an,. "",aa wgnaturt
undleton during 1919.
i J -TS
"7) Dia-5 Ik
f him fr.,ei?a wh'th itches and
r ' h.ttl-e foW of
.'lltii. at ea and irri
1 0im,n, fomforts use
J?Ktiic,!K-1u.)ns n,iedwith hPl.
JSEWi. g rtUesbJng ltep.
to respond to the Invitation "of the
i.rBsiueni ana me great American peo
ple." He .mentioned the skepticism
amidst which the lai?i. . .
r. .... w 1 ,1 I1U
said this was a fact to be neither ex
aggerates: nor ignored. He added that
among the duties of the league would
be to give attention to the high cost of
transportation, the high cost of living
aim me ouuo 01 international finance.
Ambassador Da Cunha for Braail
said his country would iovote herself
with fevor to the work of peace and
fraternity among the nations. Ho re
ferred to thn fat ihnt v. .
iiV was m uniy
represenative from America present
and Raid hn wan
f.uuu w uavv L lit)
honor of bringing assurances of the co
operation Of Pan.AmKrlr. in
... ...o j.r ( -
ation of the league.
After the delivery of th inAi,..
M. Burgeoia announced that thA ni
item on the orrlor nf ih. h..
- ""J naa lite
appointment of three members of the
wuiuirauuu iu in me Doundaries of
ma oarre vauey, together with one
nieniherft annnintoH hv k w
' ' ins 4 i cnu guv-
ernment and one by Germany. The
council named as its members Colonel
Waee, an English officer; Major Lam
bert, a Belgian, and Major Kobaish, a
After the annolntmAnt rt
missioners M. Rnnrranli n,nn.j
.London as the place for the next meet
ing oi me council and this was ap
proved. Lord Curzon suggested leav-
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1920.
ing the date and the order of business
open, to Be decided by the chairman
and the secretary, he said, "it will be
necessary to consult the United States
on a great many questions likely o
Evans New Field Manager
For Growers Association
M. O. Evans, traveling wnrMAnt,.
tlve of the Tortland Union Stockyards,
nas resigned to take the positions of
field manager for the Oreimn r.n..
Co-operative association, the new state
wiue iruit marketing organization with
headquarters at Salem.
Mr. Evans is a graduate of Cornell
university, a former student of O. A.
C. and he has been a resident of Ore
Son tor the past twelve years. He
served as supervisor of school and
home garden work in Portland during
the seasons of 1913 and 1914, assistant
county agent leader for Oregon for
nearly three years, and as fill nprvini nir
farm help specialist for the Unitod
States department of agriculture in the
eleven western states for two
takes up his new duties January 19.
In the aggregate 382 fewer cars were
loaded by the railways of the north
western region in December compared
with the corresponding month of 1918.'
f SUNDAY10:45 a. m., "Can a Christian be a Suc
cessful Business Man?"
Members of Commercial Club Special
ly Invited. .
SUNDAY7:30 p. m., "Camouflage."
I Chorus of 45 will sing "Wounded for Our Trans
gressions", and ''Sail On."
Male chorus will sing: "Give Me Thy Heart."
"THE GOLDEN BELLS" will be Mr. Troy's great
FRIDAY, 7:30 P. M. "Do We Always Reap What We Sow?"
SATURDAY, 7:30 P. M. Will be a Special Night. Dr. Reid speaks on
; , "What a Blind Man Saw." tSSSSSSSSSSSSBSfSSMScf
Meetings Every Night Next Week Except Monday. Come Early If You
Want a Seat.
Corner Liberty and Marion Streets
Reliable Brands of Winter Weight Underwear
at Reduced Prices
Men's Part Wool Union Boys' Part Wool Union
"Suits, Special, $2.95 Suits, Special $1.65
Big Reduction in Men's and Boys' Shoes High
grade footwear offered Saturday at prices that
spell real economy.
Mahogany Calf Skin Boys Army Shoes
$10.50, sale price $8.50 $6.95 a big value
"WATCH OUR WINDOWS" ,
Ladies' Store 4.6-474 State Street
Men,'s Store, 416 State Street
'A. I R ) f
MttWMJ (hIWIIIb isLsMsih'iil llkJkiMil HttbkM
Good Goods at Real Bargains
IN GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN MAKING A
PAYING INVESTMENT, BUY EVERYTHING NOW AT THE PEOPLE'S CASH STORE. YOU WILL
FIND IT THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU EVER MADE.
Ml M MHHHWM t
Crown flour, per sk $3.20
Hardwheat flour $2.90
Valley .flour $2.75
Rolled oats, 1 sack 70c
Corn Meal, 1 sack 60c
Colored Beans, 13 lbs $1.00
Lima Beans, 1 lb 15c
Creamery butter pound 67c
COFFEE. TEA. COCOA
Coffee in bulk 33c
Reliance, very best, 1 lb 47c
3 lbs .$1.38
Selecto 1 IbA 42c
, 3 lbs $1.20
M. J. B., 1 lb ..53c
3 lbs ...$1.56
English, breakfast tea, lb 35c
Gunpowder tea, 1 lb .50c
Lipton's tea, 1 lb ....85c
V2 lb 43c
M lb 22c
Cocoa in bulk 32c
LARD. OIL GREASE
Is advancing. Best Swift's lard
in bulk 28c
6 lbs. Crisco $2.18
3 lbs Crisco' :.' $1.10
No. 8 Cottolene: $2.65
No. 4 Cottolene i $1.35
Best cooking Oil, gal $2.10
Milk, peas, string beans, standard
tomatoes, clams, salmon, No. 2
pork and beans 14c
Pineapple .." 20c'
Sauer Kraut large cans 11c
Catsup, full pint 23c
1 pint jar mustard 23c
Wall nuts, Almonds, Brazil nuts
3 pkgs Corn flakes 25c
2 Arm & Hammer soda 13c
2 sardines 13c
Do you know. The future sugar
price Hurry ajjd buy syrup.
Karo light No. 10 $1.09
Karo light No. 5 55c
Karo, dark, No. 10 .........;......99c
Karo dark, No. 5 ..52c
Marshmallow syrup, No. 10....$1.37
Marshmallow syrup No. 5 68c
10 bar white '. 60c
10 bars yellow ...50c
10 bars woolen soap 70c
Naptha, Liffht House Cleanser
15 Ounce 5c
1000 cans Mixed at 10c per can
Double size blanket, 64x76....$2.69
Double size blanket, 72x80....$2.89
Australian woolen nap, double
size, 66x74 $4.78
72x80 .. $4.95
Best double size comforters,
pure cotton $4.48
Double size comfort $2.48
4 lb. stitched cotton bedding....$1.98
BIG CLEARANCE IN YARD GOODS
Heavy weight flannel 35c
Curtain goods ...19c up
Crash toweling, pure linen 22c
Plaid dress goods ....90c
Ginghams '. 29c up
YARDS 10,000 YARDS
Bleached and unbleached at. a big
bargain for sale
200 Men's overcoats $6.98 up
200 suits for sale $9.98 up
Big clearing sale in men's sweat
ers overalls, work shirts, heavy
woolen socks 39c up
Economy Basement Clearance Sale
THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS IN EVERY LINE. DON'T MISS A CHANCE THAT YOU GET VERY
SELDOM AT THE PRESENT TIME
Shoe counters contain the following with 50 per cent
Men's Dress and working Shoes;
Ladies Shoes of all kinds;
Children's Shoes, Tennis Slippers;
Rubbers of all kind also baby shoes.
REMNANT COUNTERS with enormous bargains
Sample goods counters of. Ladies Woolen Sweaters
underwear, under skirts, aprons, dress and others.
CROCKERY, GLASS, GRANITEWARE
Cups, saucers, 1 pair .". 20c
19-quart galvanized pail 37c
0. N. T spool cotton thread, all sizes and colors....5c
$1.00 brooms 50c
Double Coupon for Saturday Only
We deliver free as usual with purchase of $1 or more
Buy Now Prices Will Advance Buy Now
4.44.4444.4 4 4.4 4444 4
THESE PRICES GUARANTEED AT BOTH STORES
We are expecting another
large shipment of govern
ment bacon, which we will
sell at the former price of
29c per pound.
Dress Goods SpecialSee
our window display of dress
goods at 98c per yard. Sat
urday and Monday only.
I NORTH COMMERCIAL, PHONES 433, 4C0 .
STAT ESTREET, PHONE 1799